You need to raise capital for your business. Where do you go? How do you start?
Arranging financing for a company can be a stressful endeavor. A lot is riding on it and depending on how it’s done, it can make or break a company. If you do it right and get the right terms, you can launch an entirely new era for a company. If you do it wrong you can end up burdening the company with something it may never recover from.
What option is right for you? Where do you start?
We can help.
Asset Valuation For Asset-Based Lending
Asset-based lending is a way for businesses to raise capital using existing assets as security for the loan. This requires specialized appraisals of the assets being used as collateral, which means accurately determining the value of a wide variety of assets. This can range from intangibles and intellectual property to machinery, inventory, real estate or even accounts receivable.
As a leading authority in the field, BVC also serves many asset-based lenders throughout the United States with specialized expertise relating to the approval process for SBA guaranteed loans.
With years of experience, we can provide the valuation and appraisal services no matter what type of financing you’re looking for.
Types of financing supported include:
- Machinery and equipment term loans
- Inventory revolving credit facilities
- Real estate financing
- Cash flow mezzanine financing
- Intellectual property mezzanine financing
- Debtor-in-possession financing
- Small Business Administration (SBA) lending
- Lease residuals and useful life analyses
- Accounts receivable financing
Sometimes a business needs investors in order to really grow the way it wants to.
Equity investment is the method of raising capital by inviting others to invest in your company. This can greatly accelerate your company’s growth rate, but has to be done right.
Capital can be obtained from a variety of sources through equity investment, but determining the best fit requires careful consideration. Whatever arrangement you make transcends just a simple business arrangement and, effectively, becomes a partnership in your company’s future.
BVC has longstanding relationships with private equity groups throughout the world and can help identify the best partner to help take your business to the next level and beyond.
Debt placement is the sale of bonds or other securities directly to a limited number of private investors. In contrast to equity investment, debt placement gives no stake in the company—just an obligation to honor the debt issued upon its maturation.
You need to find the right financial partner for your working capital requirements. BVC has a close relationship with a global network of financial institutions and hedge funds to assist in obtaining the capital you need.